Up to now it’s been fairly tricky getting SONOS to play nice with Google Home. But there is also now a solution 🙂
SONOS audio gadget are great. I have a bunch of them in my area and I take advantage of them each day. For general sound top of the range and design, SONOS is near-impossible to triumph over. Sure they’re pricey. But whilst you’ve used one, you’ll know where all that dosh went.
One issue I have with my SONOS system, then again, is that it doesn’t in fact play nice with my Google Home. Newer SONOS audio gadget artwork with Amazon’s Alexa – it comes built into some models – then again results with the ones new audio gadget are, umm… combined at best.
Connect SONOS to Google Home Via Yonomi
Well, there is also now a solution – it’s referred to as Yonomi, and should you occur to haven’t heard of it, allow me to provide an explanation for. Like IFTTT, Yonomi is an application that lets you assemble routines in your good area connected products – things like good mild bulbs and, in this instance, SONOS.
Yonomi is helping SONOS natively and it now is helping Google Home and Google Assistant, as a result of this you are able to now merge the two together and regulate SONOS by the use of Google Assistant, the usage of Yonomi.
And if all this sounds tricky, DO NOT STRESS. It ain’t – in fact, it’s in fact fairly easy to setup.
Here’s How You Set Up Yonomi For SONOS and Google Home
- Download the Yonomi App by the use of Google Play
- Create An Account
- Once Yonomi is up and dealing to your group, it’s going to must happen robotically, but if it doesn’t use the Hamburger menu to hunt out NEW DEVICES
- Once this is carried out, head over in your Google Home App and link Yonomi in your Google Assistant – hamburger menu > Home Control > Add units
- You now have a bunch of settings to make a choice, to find the one you want and select it
Of path, this isn’t preferrred. But until SONOS pulls its finger out and varieties of Google Assistant integration, it’ll want to do.